Governor Gretchen Whitmer
Norwegian hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen will build its automated gigafactory in Plymouth Township, Michigan, where it will create 517 jobs.
With a robust transportation system in place, the Great Lakes State is a prime location for electric vehicles and other advanced manufacturing.
The New York-based digital manufacturing services company will invest more than $5M in an advanced manufacturing project in Livonia, MI.
Medical device manufacturer C2Dx will onshore production from Mexico to its Schoolcraft facility; APEX Controls plans to renovate and expand its existing Hudsonville-based facility.
With its rich automotive heritage, Michigan’s SOAR Fund is helping to attract electric vehicle makers and more.
Ford will build an LFP battery plant in Marshall, MI, part of the company’s more than $50 billion investment in EV production. The plant will employ 2,500 workers when production begins in 2026.
Michigan Strategic Fund will help growing companies build batteries and bring supply chain to the U.S. Infrastructure project will boost the state's agriculture industry.
The Thomas Township infrastructure project will enable Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) to invest up to $375 million and create 170 jobs.
The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) recently approved projects including business expansions in Zeeland, Detroit, and Sterling Heights; community revitalization projects in Lansing.
With its first U.S. manufacturing facility, Canadian electric vehicle charging network operator FLO will create 133 jobs in Auburn Hills, MI.
Ford's $3.7B Midwest investment across Michigan, Ohio and Missouri will support production of 2 million EVs a year by end of 2026, strengthen portfolio of gas-powered vehicles.
LGES will expand its Holland, MI plant to produce components for electric vehicle batteries, resulting in the creation of 1,200 new jobs.
GM project will create 4,000 and retain 1,000 jobs, and includes converting GM Orion Township assembly plant to build full-size EV pickups; building Ultium’s 3rd US battery cell plant in Lansing.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer lauds bi-partisan agreement to attract interest in the state.
KLA's state-of-the-art $200 million facility in Ann Arbor, MI employs 300, with 600 total staff expected by 2023.
In support of electric vehicle growth, the semiconductor wafer manufacturing and R&D facility will bring 150 jobs to Monitor Township, MI.
Die casting manufacturer Pace Industries will invest nearly $2 million to move its headquarters from Arkansas to Novi, MI, creating more than 60 high-wage jobs.
When a foreign pandemic invaded Michigan a year ago—and a virulent domestic pathogen threatened to topple the state government—Governor Gretchen Whitmer stood her ground.
Business Facilities' March / April 2021 Issue features a look at the Global Supply Chain and our annual tour of top logistics hubs. Plus, a report from Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
With their expansions in Ann Arbor, MI, healthcare tech company Workit Health will create at least 179 jobs and software provider Nexient will add 100 jobs.